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Actor Brad Pitt Discovers the Power of Vulnerability
The final straw in Pitt’s 11-year relationship with Angelina Jolie came in September 2016, when they fought about his drinking while aboard a private ...
Life-Saving Device Depends on Someone Calling Your Name
In 2018 Rosalind Picard, an MIT professor and follower of Jesus, helped invent a simple life-saving device that can be used by persons with epilepsy. ...
Man Stranded at Airport Becomes an Answer to Prayer
Peter Greig writes in How to Pray: A Simple Guide for Normal People:
I was stranded in Chicago. All airplanes have been grounded by the eruption of an ...
NFL Player Supports Pet-Friendly Initiative for Abuse Survivors
For NFL player James Smith-Williams, it started with a challenge. The Washington Commanders defensive end was a student at North Carolina State University ...
School Social Worker Writes Encouragement Notes to 600 Students
When he was a kid, Kevin Boyer's parents left him special notes in his lunch box. Now he's keeping that tradition alive with his own students. ...
Man Has an Emotional Support Gator
Joie Henney has an unusual emotional support animal. Whereas others might find comfort and solace in dogs or cats, Henney’s companion is WallyGator, ...
High School Runner Pushes Brother’s Wheelchair in Every Race
While most high school athletes have their family cheering for them on the sidelines, Susan Bergeman’s brother, Jeffrey, is there every step of ...
3.5% Can Change the World
Non-violent protests are twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts. Those engaging a threshold of 3.5 percent of the population have never failed ...
Jay Leno Pretends to Be Boy’s Uncle
A kid was bullied at school because he pretended that the talk show host, Jay Leno, was his uncle. When Leno learned this, he tracked the kid down and ...
Cups of Tea Save 160 Suicidal People
Don Ritchie has lived beside a cliff used for suicidal jumps for 50 years. Every time someone approaches the cliff, he goes out to make sure they don’t ...